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HANA0001

Bet Hananya, 161–169 CE. Distance marker. Label.

Transcription

Imperator Caesar Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus, pontifex maximus, tribunicia potestate XVI, consul III, Imperator Caesar Lucius Aurelius Verus Augustus tribunicia potestate II, consul II, divi Antonini filii, divi Hadriani nepotes, divi Traiani Parthici pronepotes, divi Nervae abnepotes ἀπὸ Καισαρείας μέχρι ὧδε μείλια δ΄

Translation

Imperator Caesar M. Aurelius Antoninus Augustus, high priest, invested with tribunician power for the 16th time, consul for the third time (and) Imperator Caesar Lucius Aurelius Verus Augustus, invested with tribunician power for the second time, consul for the second time, sons of the deified Antoninus, grandsons of the deified Hadrian, great grandsons of the deified Trajan, conqueror of the Parthians, great-great grandsons of the deified Nerva. (Greek): from Caesarea to this point: 4 miles

Diplomatic

PARTH PRON EP ΑΠΟΚΑΙϹΑΡΕΙΑϹ ΜΕΧΡΙΩΔΕ Μ Δ

Terminus post quem:
Terminus ante quem:
Notes
resconstruction of Latin section assumes "c. 20 letters per line, the use of abbreviated forms of words and that the letter I was joined with the letter preceding or succeeding it"

Languages

Greek

Dimensions

H: 150 cm; W: 52 cm; D: —

Date

161 CE to 169 CE

Current location

No provenance provided.

Figures

No figures described.

Bibliography

Source of diplomatic

  • Ecker, Avner, Yotam Tepper, and Avshalom Karasik. “A Milestone Without a Road: A Distance Marker below an Arch of the High Aqueduct to Caesarea.” ’Atiqot 110 (2023): 129–48. https://www.jstor.org/stable/27204905.
    Zotero

Source of transcription

  • Ecker, Avner, Yotam Tepper, and Avshalom Karasik. “A Milestone Without a Road: A Distance Marker below an Arch of the High Aqueduct to Caesarea.” ’Atiqot 110 (2023): 129–48. https://www.jstor.org/stable/27204905.
    Zotero

Source of translation

  • Ecker, Avner, Yotam Tepper, and Avshalom Karasik. “A Milestone Without a Road: A Distance Marker below an Arch of the High Aqueduct to Caesarea.” ’Atiqot 110 (2023): 129–48. https://www.jstor.org/stable/27204905.
    Zotero
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